potential liability arising from a past event or transaction. Its outcome is dependent on a future event or decision, such as the settlement of a pending lawsuit.
amount owed by a business expected to be paid within one year or during the operating cycle, whichever is longer
portion of noncurrent debt that is due within one year of the balance sheet date and is reported under current liabilities on the balance sheet
law requiring each employee to pay into Medicare and Social Security through employee payroll deductions called FICA taxes. Employers must pay matching FICA taxes through the payroll process.
law under which employers must pay unemployment taxes as part of payroll taxes
total amount an employee earns before deductions or withholdings, whether from a salary or wages
wages, salaries, and other compensation amounts owed to employees, government agencies, and other organizations
employee and employer tax related to payroll. It may include federal or state income taxes, Social Security taxes, and unemployment taxes.